[cabfpub] Updates to Microsoft SHA-1 deprecation
bruce.morton at entrust.com
Mon Mar 23 14:40:06 UTC 2015
I might be the only one, but I am a little confused regarding the Windows hashing requirements. It would be great if there was a matrix to show/confirm your requirements per Windows version.
I am thinking that the following must be covered:
* SSL certificates
* Code Signing certificates
* S/MIME certificates
* Time-stamping certificates
* OCSP signing certificates
* Code signing signatures
* Time-stamp signatures
* CRL signatures
* OCSP signatures
* there must be more ...
An issue that I want to understand is, since some certificates can be SHA-1, can the CRL/OCSP response be signed with a SHA-1 certificate? Can the signature be SHA-1? We would need to understand this for both root and issuing CAs.
If we can nail this down, then it will be easier to draft a spec for our implementation teams.
From: Anoosh Saboori [mailto:ansaboor at microsoft.com]
Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2015 8:29 PM
To: Bruce Morton
Subject: RE: [cabfpub] Updates to Microsoft SHA-1 deprecation
Windows enforcement dates (i.e., date at which SHA-1 certificates will be rejected by Windows) only apply to SSL and code signing certificates. All other types of certificates will be rejected on Windows side when SHA-1 pre-image attacks are deemed feasible by Microsoft.
From: Bruce Morton [mailto:bruce.morton at entrust.com]
Sent: Friday, March 20, 2015 6:47 PM
To: Anoosh Saboori
Subject: Re: [cabfpub] Updates to Microsoft SHA-1 deprecation
Thank you for the update.
I don't think the policy for S/MIME certificates has been stated. I see some discussion in the comments. Could you also advise how the SHA-1 deprecation policy applies to S/MIME certificates.
On Mar 20, 2015, at 8:57 PM, Anoosh Saboori <ansaboor at microsoft.com<mailto:ansaboor at microsoft.com>> wrote:
I would like to inform you that Microsoft has made update to its SHA-1 deprecation policy to accommodate developers targeting Vista/Server 2008. Please see below.
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